A Note on Supporting the Arts:

Growing up with a fine artist father, I always thought of supporting the arts as some grand endeavor. I thought about it in a Pope/Michelangelo way. If you do too I want to change your mind!
Today we’ll look to the kind of gifts you give.
I believe that as adults, birthdays mean more than they did as children. When you get older you get a gift.

On that note, let’s turn our eyes to Etsy. Duh!
If you’re not yet aware www.Etsy.com hosts the World’s largest craft and arts community.

Today we’ll set a budget, less than $20 and $5 shipping (be honest, that extra $5 is what you’d spend in traffic on gas on your way to any department store. Let’s do it up right and take a look at some handmade work that you can order online and have delivered to your door. In my experience your purchase is usually accompanied by a happy thank-you note, a clean conscience and a VERY happy birthday girl or boy.

Sea Thrift – Oblong stained glass pendant – $16.00 by: Ling Glass


Organic Beauty- Art Nouveau Antiqued Brass Filigree Ring
– $18.50 by: Beadinbabe
Much like helping the environment by recycling your shampoo bottles and turning off the water while you’re busy brushing your teeth, you can support the arts in small ways that really make a difference. Take some time to think about it.

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